11.01.2023
Is Bulgaria Stuck in a Cycle of Political Turmoil?

Bulgarians have gone to the polls four times in the last two years amid a wider context of political instability. Why?

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15.12.2022
How Gender Became Central to Far-Right Politics

Elżbieta Korolczuk explains why gender is so central to right-wing discourse and why a feminist response must transcend the lines of polarisation.

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24.11.2022
Why Were Italians Swayed to the Right by the Brothers of Italy?

With little alternatives on the Left, Italians did not vote for fascism but the promise of security.

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11.10.2022
European Solidarity and the Politics of Blame and Reciprocity

The narratives we use to explain Europe’s many crises are key to finding shared solutions.

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05.07.2022
Cultivating Authoritarianism: Orbán’s Political Education Project

Beneath the facade of reforms, Orbán’s education policies deepen inequalities and place schools at the whims of Fidesz’ power.

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20.04.2022
Genderphobia in Eastern Europe: Myths and Realities

Questioning the dividing line between East and West on LGBTQI+ emancipation.

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22.02.2022
The Unfinished Business of Building Bosnia-Herzegovina

Bosnia is at risk of coming undone as a result of the reckless politics of its leaders and flawed Western reform efforts.

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08.02.2022
Portugal’s Socialist Landslide Hides Deeper Political Shifts

Now that Portuguese citizens have voted it’s time to take a look at where the players have landed and towards what might lie ahead.

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28.12.2021
The Denial Business: Exposing the Far Right’s Love Affair with Fossil Fuels

A ground-breaking new book demonstrates how far-right forces have constructed a worldview that refutes proven facts and logic.

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23.08.2021
Spain’s VOX Party and the Rise of International Environmental Populism

With projections of climate science now indisputable, many of Europe’s right-wing populist parties are abandoning responses of dismissal and denial in favour of a very different approach. The threat of climate change is increasingly appropriated and reframed to suit a nationalist political agenda.

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